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Showing 1 - 10 of 28 results for crime type "Terrorism" & area "CPS"

CPS authorises charges following hospital arrest

Nick Price, Head of the CPS Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, said:

“The CPS has authorised Counter Terrorism Police North East to charge a man with a terrorism offence after he was arrested outside St James's Hospital in Leeds last Friday (January 20).

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Man convicted of planning a terrorist attack on national infrastructure to “topple the government”

A man from Leicestershire has been convicted of planning a terrorist attack by performing reconnaissance, purchasing equipment and tools and seeking to recruit like-minded individuals to help him, with vital national infrastructure, including communications masts, being the main targets of his planned attacks.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

Man convicted of stirring up racial hatred on Russian social media site

A British man has been convicted of trying to stir up racial hatred by posting racist memes on VK, a Russian social media site. 

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

New legal guidance for humanitarian, development and peacebuilding work overseas

Counter-terrorism legislation should not hinder legitimate humanitarian, development and peace building organisations from operating overseas, the CPS has said today.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

Man from Bradford found guilty of terrorism offences

An insurance clerk from Bradford has been found guilty of nine terrorism offences, including entering funding arrangements, fundraising and possession of articles for terrorist purposes.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

Man from London convicted of posting video which glorified terrorism

A man has been convicted of posting a Daesh video glorifying extremist Islamist beliefs on a private Facebook group.

Sabbir Miah, 29, was found guilty by a jury at the Old Bailey today of disseminating a terrorist publication on 14 June last year.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

CPS authorised charges against Aine Davis

A spokesperson for the CPS Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division said:  “The CPS authorised the Metropolitan Police to charge Aine Leslie Junior Davis for terrorism offences in 2014, and after being deported to England by Turkish authorities, he has been arrested at Luton

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

CPS authorises charges against armed Windsor Castle intruder

The CPS has authorised the Metropolitan Police to charge Jaswant Singh Chail with offences after he was arrested in the grounds of Windsor Castle on 25 December 2021 carrying a crossbow.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

Two right wing extremist group members sentenced for attempting to print 3D weapons

Two members of an extreme fascist group have been sentenced for terror offences after attempting to manufacture component parts for a firearm using a 3D printer.

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

Member of proscribed group jailed for three years

A member of National Action, a proscribed Neo-Nazi terror group has been sentenced to three years' imprisonment, with an extended period on licence of 12 months, after pleading guilty to membership of a proscribed organisation contrary to section 11 of the Terrorism Act 2000. 

| Press Release , Terrorism , CPS News

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